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Easton Arrows Used by Every Olympic Medal Winner in Tokyo

In all 126 of 128 Olympic archery competitors used Easton X10 arrows.

Easton Arrows Used by Every Olympic Medal Winner in Tokyo

Olympic Men's Archery medalists: Mauro Nespoli (silver) of Italy, Mete Gazoz (gold) of Turkey and Takaharu Furukawa (bronze) of Japan. (Photo courtesy of Easton)

Talk about a complete Olympic sweep. Easton Archery announced this week that every single medalist in the Archery competition at the Tokyo Games used Easton X10 arrows.

And that’s not all.

The company says that since 1992, Easton arrows were used win every individual and team archery medal at the Olympics. In Tokyo, 126 of the 128 competitors flung X10 arrows made at Easton's Utah plant.

Result recap

The individual winners were An San of South Korea in the women's individual, and Mete Gazoz of Turkey in the men's. Individual. San broke an Olympic record and also became the sport's first triple gold medalist by adding team and mixed team gold to her medal haul. The South Korean women won their ninth straight Olympic gold, having never lost an Olympic match in the team competition.

Archery winners in 2020 Olympics Games in Tokyo included:.

Men’s Individual

  • Gold – Mete Gazoz, Turkey
  • Silver – Mauro Nespoli, Italy
  • Bronze – Takaharu Furukawa, Japan

Women’s Individual

  • Gold – An San, South Korea
  • Silver – Elena Osipova, Russian Olympic Committee
  • Bronze – Lucilla Boari, Italy

Men’s Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Chinese Taipei
  • Bronze – Japan

Women’s Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Russia
  • Bronze – Germany

Mixed Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Netherlands
  • Bronze – Mexico

This report was from a press release from Easton Arachery. For more information, visit  

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